Grateful Dead Live at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Stadium on 1987-07-24
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02 [04:55] Man Of Peace
03 [05:22] Maggie's Farm
04 [04:42] I'll Be Your Baby Tonight [Jerry Garcia on pedal steel guitar]
05 [04:59] I Want You
06 [04:50] Highway 61 Revisited [Jerry Garcia on slide guitar]
07 [06:25] It's All Over Now Baby Blue
08 [07:03] Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
09 [05:53] Ballad Of A Thin Man
10 [06:12] Shelter From The Storm
11 [05:10] Slow Train
12 [09:42] Knockin' On Heaven's Door
13 [06:25] Touch of Grey [with Bob Dylan on guitar] [this song is from the audience source]
14 [06:27] All Along The Watchtower
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|The Times They Are A-Changin'|
|Man Of Peace|
|I'll Be Your Baby Tonight [Jerry Garcia on pedal steel guitar]|
|I Want You|
|04:50] Highway 61 Revisited [Jerry Garcia on slide guitar]|
|It's All Over Now Baby Blue|
|Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again|
|Ballad Of A Thin Man|
|Shelter From The Storm|
|Knockin' On Heaven's Door|
|Touch of Grey|
|All Along The Watchtower|
- 2004-08-30 13:18:05
- CD's received in trade > Macintosh with DigiDesign AudioMedia III soundcard > Pro Tools [speed match, seamless edits, normalization and tracking] > AIFF > xACT (FLAC level 8 files with sector boundaries verified). md5 file created with checkSUM+. No equalization or noise reduction was used in the remastering process.
- Oakland, CA
- Run time
- Primary source: Soundboard Sony multi-track PCM master > mixdown cassette [recorded on Sony TCD5M] > Sony F1 PCM Beta tape > Beta PCM clone > CD [digital transfer to HHB standalone].Secondary source: Dead soundman Dan Healy's audience master - microphones hung in front of the house sound booth above the crowd > Sony F1 PCM Beta tape master > Beta PCM clone > CD [digital transfer to HHB standalone].
Subject: Acquired Taste for Sure!
Subject: Right on C-Freedom
Subject: I want you soooooooooo bad...
i was at the Philly show at the beginning of this tour and to say it was pretty rough around the edges is an understatement. Overall this is a much more together set than the Philly show. The Dead are certainly grooving and Dylan although ever elusive is much more front and center here.
Subject: Dylan's killing it!!!
Subject: Knocking on Bob Dylan?
IF you dont like Bob Dylan or his style/sound/songs/voice, whatever. If you dont get it, thats understandable & that's totally cool. but to criticize his musicianship & professionalism by listening to a recording is just WRONG
my 2 cents.
Subject: I WAS There
We saw the pedal steel guitar on stage and didn't think much of it 'til Jerry sat down behind it for the Baby Tonight and didn't see it there at Anaheim. It was premeditated!!
A very nice Highway 61 done as a slower shuffle instead of the slightly off-kilter, speedy album version and some nice regular 6 string slide work from Jerry.
Try telling people that "Mr. Jones" is actually called 'Ballad of a Thin Man' and watch them amend their set list to "Ballet of a Thin Man" and sigh heavily as you offer them the definition of ballad (did i stutter? Do I have some sort of inexplicable accent that turns a voiced consonant into a vowel? Do you think ballet is pronounced with a consonant at the end?). Also consider that this was YEARS before Counting Crows "Mister Jones".
These shows were done near the start one of the 4 best eras of live Dead ever* and coming on the heels of Dylan's revitalization after touring with Tom Petty breathed new life into both Dylan and the Dead.
1.) 1969-spring 1970
2.) Academy of Music Europe send-off shows 1972-"last ever" October 1974
3.) 1977 (All of it, you can not find a bad show in 1977 (I dare you)}.
4.) December '86-Brent's "departure" 1990.
But during this particular performance. Um. Is he even on the same planet with the rest of us ?
Being the most F'd-up artist at a GDead gig is quite an accomplishment, to say the least.
That being said, I still would have loved to have been there. :-)
Subject: Quite excellent
Subject: Good Stuff
Subject: outa tune dylan
Subject: Mmmmmm, good.